Comox Legion holds zone darts playdown

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #160 Comox held their cribbage playoff to see who will represent the branch in the zone playdowns Nov. 28-29 in Port Alberni.

The singles and doubles competition will be held on Saturday, both starting at 10 a.m., and the teams on Sunday will start at the same time.

Fred Maniak and John Marinus will vie for the singles winner position in the tournament to see who will represent the zone in Agassiz for the provincial title in early 2016.

Ruth Perron and Dave Parkins along with Val Greenlaw and Frank Gilles will be the two doubles entries.

The teams will consist of Maniak and Marinus along with Greenlaw and Gilles, and the other team players are Perron  and Parkins along with Gillian Iddiols and J.C. Bedard.

One entry from each category will advance to Provincials if they qualify in Port Alberni.

 

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